Sr. Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Romoland, CA – September 5, 2017
All days start with stander safety meeting. If you had a day off you would be up to date with any safety issues by shift manager. This seem to help with a more re lacked work place.It seemed the most hardest part of any day would be the end of the day wanting to be sure the work for the day is finished. And all ways the best part of any day is knowing that you and the people you'er working with have successfully completed the work for that day.
Packer/Shipper (Current Employee) – Helena, AR – July 27, 2017
Great work place, a opportunity to grow and expand your skills. I have received 3 certificates since I hace been working here, I am training in safety management, and the open door policy is very nice.
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Woodland, CA – May 8, 2017
No room for advancement and no training to improve it's salary employees. Victim of your own success is a daily thing here and you will be punished for not continuing to do someone else's job once you have done it better then them.
Long hours, little to no support. Severely outdated systems
Very busy and fast pace. Worked 9 1/2 hour days and half day on Friday. I became very knowledgeable about sizing and quote for custom fabrication and building materials. I enjoyed my co-workers and really miss them. The hardest part about my job was I kept getting more work and they kept laying off people at other plants and giving me more work. I can't really say what was most enjoyable because I really liked all that I did at my job.
1/2 days on friday
we shut down 2 weeks at christmas and it was to long.